Rawai Attractions

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  • Sergey L
    6 contributions
    All in all good, but wish it could be a bit less tourists. Very nice view and food and drinks around was expensive
    Written 24 March 2022
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  • Goks N
    Pune, India54 contributions
    This is another beautiful beach in Phuket. Much much better than the one in Patong. There are no vendors trying to sell you anything and you can just be on your own.
    Written 9 May 2022
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  • Michael R
    Rawai, Thailand27 contributions
    Small sandy beach that offers calm protected waters bordered by cliffs and reefs for snorkeling or kayaking.
    Written 15 May 2022
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  • 2014Neel
    Dubai, United Arab Emirates59 contributions
    We visited Rawai Beach in Phuket for a seafood experience. It was very exciting to buy fresh seafood and have them prepared right away. The people are very friendly and excited to meet tourists now that things are opening up slowly in Phuket. Do negotiate the prices and try their different preparations. Very enjoyable experience overall!
    Written 28 July 2021
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  • pattjx2222
    Bangkok, Thailand49 contributions
    We went as a group of friends (4 ppl) for a one day trip by sailing catamaran. The whole trip was worth the money. Although not much activity to do on the island, but if you like a very private beach with nice blue sea and white sand. You'd love this island as much as we do!
    Written 16 March 2020
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  • Simon D
    48 contributions
    Visited this seafood market for the second time. First time was 8 years ago! Still great with fresh seafood stalls on one side of the dirt road with restaurants on the other side that will cook your food any way you want. The restaurants charge 100bht per kg of seafood you bring in and a 50bht per dish. Other side dishes like rice and veg paid as normal Thai prices. Highly recommend. Our favorite dish was crispy fried white snapper with garlic and pepper. Amazing :)
    Written 5 June 2019
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  • Kaushik G
    Mumbai, India4,068 contributions
    We had visited the Phuket Seashells museum located close to Rawai Beach during our holidays in Phuket. Entrance tickets are priced at 200 baht per person. They have a very big collection of a wide variety of sea shells from oceans across the globe. Some of the shells were as big as coconut while some others were tinier than a walnut. There were shells in all types of colors from milky white, yellow, orange, lavender etc. It was a great experience visiting this place.
    Written 2 January 2021
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  • Michael R
    Rawai, Thailand27 contributions
    Small secluded cove that has some nice corals and a variety of fish. Perfect for snorkeling. Sometimes can rent snorkeling gear. Restaurant is usually open. good food and drink.
    Written 15 May 2022
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  • kamuk86
    Odense, Denmark3 contributions
    Two times Kampon have painted our children. Both times very beautiful paintings with a lot of detail. First time was physically in Phuket. Second time by ordering via Facebook which worked just perfect - shipping to DK. We can recommend Kampon very much.
    Written 29 April 2022
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  • Lang W
    Beijing, China12 contributions
    Located inside the Phuket Shooting Range, this is good place to spend a couple of hours with the kids. There are many snakes and a knowledgeable if occasionally unintelligible gude to walk you through the python, cobra,and mangrove snake enclosures in addition to one quite sad looking mongoose labeled as a racoon and a fair number of vibrant and very loud parrots.After admiring the snakes you are then invited to sit in bleacher seats around a small pit where a handler will exhibit, handle, and eventually kiss King cobras and mangrove snakes, inviting anyone how dares to stroke them at the end. While I have my suspicions about the snakes being defanged, my 7 year olds were thrilled and terrified and are still talking about the show today.
    Written 4 February 2020
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  • petre
    4 contributions
    Basic rooms , but price is excellent, lovely views [at high tide]. Very nice ambience with a real Thailand feel, compared to so much "concrete and tile" at so many other places. Excellent quality [not typical] Live music on Friday nights by a talented musician that we enjoyed so much we visited again two more times even though we were no longer staying there.
    Written 12 January 2020
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  • Kaushik G
    Mumbai, India4,068 contributions
    During our sightseeing in Phuket we had visited the Nai Harn Beach and this beautiful temple dedicated to Lord Buddha is located at a walking distance from the beach just beside the parking area. The temple complex is beautiful and the main temple has a beautiful pagoda style architecture with intricate golden colored sculptures on the temple tower. The ambiance was very peaceful.
    Written 31 December 2020
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  • Troy H
    174 contributions
    This is a great little beach. The water is safe for all ages and is nice and quiet for Phuket beaches. There is fruit sellers on the beach and its a good spot just to chilland unwind.
    Written 7 March 2018
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  • Hanne D
    Phuket, Thailand83 contributions
    We went there by longtail boat from Rawai beach, only a few minutes to get there (7?), approx 1500 baht roundtrip per boat. We were two adults and three kids, ask for life jackets. This is the perfect little dream Island, and so close to Phuket! Turquoise waters, palm trees and a little bohemian, laidback Restaurant that serves cold drinks and nice food. There were not many people visiting while we were there, so it was a quiet, little spot. We overviewed a wedding while we were there and snorkelled and saw a few colourful fishes. You can hire sun chairs.
    Written 4 March 2020
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  • Zutterman
    Bruges, Belgium882 contributions
    The Rawai Boxing Stadium is a real large Boxing Stadium with many people that come from all over the world. They train hard to be the best boxing player.
    Written 12 May 2019
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